Hans Küng | Critical Review by Gerard S. Sloyan

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Hans Kng.
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Critical Review by Gerard S. Sloyan

SOURCE: A review of Signposts for the Future, in Commonweal, November 24, 1978, p. 767.

In the following review, Sloyan lauds Küng's Signposts for the Future.

[Signposts for the Future] is a collection of essays, interviews, and one radio dialogue (with Pinchas Lapide) done by the priest of the diocese of Luzern who is professor of dogmatic and ecumenical studies at the state university of Tübingen in Germany. Like anything the embattled Swiss theologian writes, it is well worth examining. Primarily it shows a Catholic reminding fellow-members of his church in whatever station that their fidelity to the person and teaching of Jesus is their best fidelity to God and his Holy Sprit. A church made up of faithful such as these is worth adhering to. Its teaching is their teaching and conversely. The call...

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